all–up weight

noun

Definition of all–up weight

chiefly British

  1. :  the total weight of an aircraft, boat, or vehicle when it is fully loaded (as during takeoff) In this configuration the aircraft's all-up weight is just over a hundred tons. — Kenneth Munson, Bombers in Service . .. Since 1960, 1975 … for a given all-up weight of glider, a gentle stall will always occur at the same indicated stalling speed. — Derek Piggott, Gliding, 1976

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1922

First Known Use of all–up weight

1922


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